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, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, which can have a negative impact on their cognitive functioning and development ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ). Despite the reported association between Internet addiction and ADHD symptoms in literature, there are

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disorder. One of the main characteristics of these gamblers is heightened impulsivity traits. They generally present with various behavioural problems unrelated to gambling (e.g. substance abuse, suicidality, irritability, low tolerance for boredom and

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EMA findings. Int J Eat Disord. 2006; 39: 655−661. 25 Lacey JH, Evans CD. The impulsivist: a multi-impulsive personality disorder. Br J Addict. 1986; 81: 641

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(CSB) independently of the established related cognitive and behavioural dispositions – thought suppression and impulsivity; and (3) explore the association between desire thinking and CSB that was found among adults in adolescents. The objective of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Maèva Flayelle
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Pierre Maurage
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Laurent Karila
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Claus Vögele
, and
Joël Billieux

. Capitalizing on these theoretical benchmarks, we propose that (a) motivations, (b) impulsivity traits, and (c) emotional reactivity are key psychological factors that interact with “addictive” qualities of TV series (which notably lie in narrative tactics and

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relationship between impulsivity and Internet addiction in a sample of Chinese adolescents European Psychiatry 22 7 466 471

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Chang Liu
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Kristian Rotaru
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Rico S. C. Lee
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Jeggan Tiego
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Chao Suo
,
Murat Yücel
, and
Lucy Albertella

development of effective interventions. Past studies suggest that certain aspects of trait impulsivity are related to AE ( Murphy, Stojek, & MacKillop, 2014 ; VanderBroek-Stice, Stojek, Beach, vanDellen, & MacKillop, 2017 ). Impulsivity is a

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Lucien Rochat
,
Francesco Bianchi-Demicheli
,
Elias Aboujaoude
, and
Yasser Khazaal

not having been formally studied, are likely to be relevant due to their association with other behavioral addictions (e.g., attachment style, impulsivity, and sexual desire; Varfi et al., 2019 ). Motives underlying use The

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with examples of individuals acting in more impulsive, narcissistic, and aggressive ways online. The Internet and related technologies seem to nurture these psychological traits, perhaps due to an “online disinhibition effect” that has been postulated

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Introduction Numerous terms have been used to describe excessive sexual behaviors, including compulsive sexual behavior, hypersexuality, sexual addiction, sexual impulsivity, and impulsive–compulsive sexual behavior. There is

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